Unless you're some super-famous A-list actor, if you tell the world that you're done dating "hot women," you can expect to get a less-than-warm reaction from your audience.
via: DistractifyNonetheless, a thirty-something Manhattan finance bro named Dan Rochkind did just that when he was profiled by the New York Post for his sudden decision to stop dating "hot women." If you want to get into his reasoning (which is more than a little twisted and farfetched), check out the very real article here. As you could imagine, once this piece went live online, it didn't take long for people to start mocking the statement and the man himself.
First of all, you don't necessarily need to be good at something to announce you're going to stop doing it.
via: Twitter"I'm going to stop climbing up skyscrapers blindfolded!" See? It's easy.
People were also a little incredulous about the whole premise after reading his claim that he had a "full head of hair."
via: TwitterFull-ish, maybe.
Wait...so he made this declaration AFTER he was engaged?
via: TwitterAlso, I don't want to delve too far into subjectivity, but his fiancee is kind of a hot girl. (I think I'm looking for logic here when there clearly isn't much.)
Yeah, making a statement like this is pretty much a slap in the face to any girl you date going forward.
via: TwitterAnd, uh, of course...your soon-to-be-wife. Let's not forget about her feelings.
Well, without getting too nitpick-y, isn't he done dating ALL girls?
It's hard not to be reminded of the people who talk about their "busy social calendars." This might be the ultimate humblebrag.
I can't really blame a tabloid for running this (clearly sensational) story, but everyone seems pretty comfortable blaming Mr. Rochkind for his pretentious view of beauty.
Other people were quick to get in on the joke make other lifestyle rules (or not!)
"Those muscles are just too...defined."
Young Alan Rickman was kind of hot, wasn't he? It took us a while to figure that out.
Mostly, people saw this article as a pretty transparent grab for attention and validation of the most notorious masculine qualities.
I'm done bathing in champagne every night. OVER IT.
Yeah. Cooper? Too pretty!
You can see that the subject of the article doesn't just stop with his romantic conquests. He's got that stereotypical Wall Street vibe through and through.
It should be. That's pretty much the only thing that would explain this declaration.
via: TwitterSorry, hot girls. He's done with you.